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Magic Blackout

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  • Magic Blackout Just fix to a wall or table and you have an instant blackboard
  • Perfect for notes
  • Let the kids draw and then wipe off for another day
  • Reuse up to 50 usages
  • No tools, glue or tape needed Leaves no marks
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Product Information

Technical Details
Model NumberG450B
Item Weight481 g
Product Dimensions63.6 x 6 x 6 cm
Item model numberG450B
Number of items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0030C1CUC
Best Sellers Rank 334 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight481 g
Date First Available11 April 2009
  
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Product Description

Just fix to a wall or table and you have an instant blackboard, Perfect for notes. Let the kids draw and then wipe off for another day. Reuse up to 50 usages. Perfect for a rainy day No tools, glue or tape needed Leaves no marks Easily cut to size if required Peel off and reuse!

Erases easily like a normal blackboard or chalkboard Simple to take down & stick back up again somewhere else

  • Create colourful designs with chalk markers and chalk

    Ideal for nurseries and classrooms. It can also be used to blackout windows - anywhere, in seconds!

  • Box Contains

  • Magic White Board Magic Blackout (10 Sheets)

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    Customer Reviews

    2.8 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By theatremonkey on 8 May 2010
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    The need for a dark room to sleep in drove me to this product. Blackout curtains leak light around the sides and floor, while sticky dark window films leave nasty residues if you have to remove them - and can't be replaced if you temporarily need light.

    Having spotted this stuff as a spin-off from a TV "Dragon's Den" invention, I gave it a go and am now on my second purchase. There was nothing wrong with the first - it stuck to the windows just fine for a whole year... but I learned a lot first time round and wanted a second chance to get it right.

    As other readers say, there are problems. First, it really does NOT like shaping itself to the window's edge. It won't stick to curved frames, but if you can't overlap the frames, you don't get total blackout as light leaks around the gaps. You have to cut the product very wide and hope it'll stick.

    Second, it won't stick if you open a window and the wind gets under the sheet's edge. For both problems, I've found either a stick of "Post It Note Glue" (like a Pritt stick, but with "Post It Note" glue not permanent stuff) or masking tape is needed to secure the edges.

    Third, the perforations on the roll of blackouts leak light if you need more than one sheet per window. You have to cover these perforation rows with more blackout to get the proper effect.

    Fourth, small pieces of material don't stick at all. Anything less than around 20cm square, I found. Again glue / tape is the answer.

    Expensive, and not the miracle it promises to be, but so far the best solution I can come up with.
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    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By MR J SHARP on 16 Jun. 2013
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    Use one of those garden/Ironing spray thingamajigs to spray a mist of water over your window before applying the blackout, it's so much easier to get it to stick where you want.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tony WX on 16 Mar. 2011
    I tried a sheet Magic Blackout Blind and it caused my window to crack after one use. Apparently, thermal stress caused by these products can lead to cracking, I don't know if it happens frequently, or whether I was unlucky, but it's surely not worth the risk. I know face a bill of over £350 to replace the window damaged by Magic Blackout sheets.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By cri on 5 May 2015
    The only thing magical is how stupid I feel for wasting over £20 on such a load of rubbish. It doesn't stick well enough to support its own weight, even on a recently cleaned window. And after modest amounts of dust that build up over a few days it doesn't stick at all. Given how poor this product is and the obscene price for what it is, the directors of the company behind it should be sent to prison.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By pisces72 on 25 Aug. 2011
    This product should not be listed under blackout blinds for babies! The plastic is too thin and still lets in quite a bit of light. The better product is by the same company and is actually a thick plastic which works brilliantly.

    The only way that I could get the room dark was to use two layers of this product.

    Please note that I could not rate this as 0 stars, which is why I gave it one.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By disco_UK on 21 July 2010
    we are pleased with the product, although its a bit of a fiddle to cut to the window shape, also we have noticed that there are tiny little dots scattered around the sheets we have used so far which let in little beams of light is this usual or a design flaw or do I have a faulty roll.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 10 April 2013
    I actually ordered the Magic Blackboard and was sent this by mistake. It does work the same as the Magic Blackboard, it sticks to the wall fine and you can write on it. I used liquid chalks and its perfect, not yet tried normal chalk but sure it would work. I would order this instead of the blackboard as it is £4 cheaper too.

    To be honest it is just a glorified bin bag, and not sure its quite worth the price tag, and although perforated it is still quite hard to rip each sheet off. I have not yet successfully got one off without ripping it. Also the static stick is not that strong so when trying to write close to the edges it slips about and you have to hold it.
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    27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Spangles on 30 Mar. 2010
    I bought this as we live in MOD housing and didn't want to be drilling holes in walls, etc.! I had already bought blackout curtains for my baby's room but they were next to useless!

    These blinds though are fantastic! They are so easy to cut to size and immediately clung to the glass without problem. Together with the curtains my baby's room is now pitch black.

    I've had them up for 3 weeks and there's no sign of them coming away from the glass. I leave them up so that probably helps. They don't look bad from the outside either which surprised me.

    I would definitely recommend these, they are a brilliant product - great idea!
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